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OpenStack User Committee - Havana Summit

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Openstack	
  User	
  Commi1ee	
  
Havana	
  Summit	
  
Tim	
  Bell,	
  Ryan	
  Lane,	
  JC	
  Mar?n	
  
user-­‐commi1ee@li...

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Initial committee scope
• Define	
  bylaws	
  [1]	
  
• Define	
  users	
  
• Present	
  user	
  needs	
  
• Present	
  aggr...

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Committee Structure

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OpenStack User Committee - Havana Summit

  1. 1. Openstack  User  Commi1ee   Havana  Summit   Tim  Bell,  Ryan  Lane,  JC  Mar?n   user-­‐commi1ee@lists.openstack.org  
  2. 2. Initial committee scope • Define  bylaws  [1]   • Define  users   • Present  user  needs   • Present  aggregate  stats   • Expand  user  group  structures  
  3. 3. Committee Structure
  4. 4. Users
  5. 5. Consumer
  6. 6. Operator
  7. 7. Ecosystem Partner
  8. 8. Distribution Provider or Application Vendor
  9. 9. Current status • Ini?al  members  selected  (with  NDA  signed)   • Mailing  list  created  [2]   • Structure  being  defined  [1]   • Collec?ng  data  with  founda?on   • Conducted  an  ini?al  user  survey  
  10. 10. Strategic priorities for 2013 • Complete  forma?on   • Expand  membership   • Form  comprehensive  view  of  community   • Set  up  communica?on  pathways   • Provide  metrics  
  11. 11. References 1.  h1ps://docs.google.com/document/d/ 1yD8TfqUik2dt5xo_jMVHMl7tw9oIJnEndLK8YqEToyo/edit   2.  user-­‐commi1ee@lists.openstack.org  
  12. 12. 414  survey  responses   16% 7% 8% 4% 11% 17% 37% More  than  10,000  employees   5,001  to  10,000  employees   1,001  to  5,000  employees   501  to  1,000  employees   101  to  500  employees   21-­‐100  employees   1-­‐20  employees   Company Size Information Technology 60%   Academic / Research 15%   Telecommunication 10%   Industries Government / Defense 3%   CC Icons http://vathanx.deviantart.com/ 175 29 28 23 18 56countries Country 124   100   77   151   Service Provider Ecosystem Vendor Cloud Consumer Cloud Operator Type of Involvement
  13. 13. Common Further Enhancements •  Simplify  installa?on  and  configura?on  process   •  Rolling  migra?ons  with  N-­‐1  compa?bility   •  Documenta?on–archive  old  content,  end-­‐user  guide,   problem  guide,  …   •  Security  such  as  SSL  op?ons  everywhere   •  Horizon  lacks  latest  feature  support,  admin  func?onality   and  more  a1rac?ve  theme   •  High  availability  out-­‐of-­‐the-­‐box  for  OpenStack  components   and  VM  restart   •  Ac?ve  Directory  integra?on  
  14. 14. Foundation Priorities •  Ensure  compa?bility  across  different   implementa?ons   •  Stability/Hardening  of  exis?ng  func?onality   •  Establish  cer?fica?on  program   •  Encourage  training  for  different  skill  sets   •  Support  user  groups,  especially  outside  U.S.  
  15. 15. 197  Deployments   Type 35   Hosted   Private   15   Hybrid   37   Public   106   On  Premise   Private   Trunk   8%   Grizzly   15%   Folsom   47%   Essex   25%   Diablo   5%   Version 84 92 94 Production Proof of Concept Dev/QA Stage 134   94   94   89   66   46   Dashboard Object Storage Snapshotting to new images Live Migration EC2 Compatibility API S3 Compatibility API Features 181   171   169   153   147   121   103   20   16   Nova Glance Keystone Horizon Quantum Cinder Swift Ceilometer Heat Components
  16. 16. KVM   71%   ESX   8%   Xen   8%   Xenserver   5%   Lxc  5%   Hyperv  3%   Other   29%   Hypervisors LVM   36%   NFS   19%   Ceph  RBD   13%   Netapp   10%   GlusterFS   8%   SAN/HP  5%   Windows  4%   EMC  3%   Solidfire  2%   Other   32%   Open   Vswitch   39%   Linux   Bridge   31%   Cisco   11%   Hyper-­‐v   5%   Nicira   5%   Brocade  3%   Ryu  2%   big  switch  2%   NEC  2%   Other   19%   Storage Drivers Network Drivers SQL   55%   LDAP   34%   PAM   8%   KVS   3%   Other  11%   Identity Drivers 150   62   33   JSON   XML   Both   API Format Detailed  Features  
  17. 17. Nova  Scale  of  98  Non  POC  Deployments   1-­‐100     52%   101-­‐500   18%   501-­‐1,000     8%   1,001-­‐5,000     8%   5,000-­‐10,000    3%   >  10,000    6%   Unspecified  5%   Other   30%   Instances 1-­‐50     71%   51-­‐100     8%   101-­‐500     9%   501-­‐1,000    2%   >1,000    4%   unspecified   6%   Other   29%   nodes 1-­‐100     51%   101-­‐500     21%   501-­‐1,000     4%   1,001-­‐5,000     12%   5,001-­‐10,000   3%   >10,000     4%   unspecified   5%   Other   16%   cores
  18. 18. 0-­‐10     49%   11-­‐100     19%   100-­‐500     5%   More  than   500     5%   unspecified   22%   Other   10%   Cinder  Scale  of  59  Non  POC  Deployments   TeraBytes of block storage
  19. 19. SwiQ  Scale  of  47  Non  POC  Deployments   0-­‐10     43%   11-­‐100     15%   100-­‐500     8%   >  500     11%   unspecified   23%   TeraBytes of object storage 1-­‐10,000     40%   10,001   To  100,000     13%   100,001  to   1  million     9%   1  M  to  100  M   4%   100M  to  500  M   4%   unspecified   30%   Other   17%   Number of objects
  20. 20. Survey is still opened: https://www.openstack.org/user-survey Survey discussions on: user-committee@lists.openstack.org

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